Hurdles to overcome when implementing Agile/Lean methods

Agile and Lean aren’t new practices, Toyota used them already in the 70’s. Recently, these methods are getting increasingly popular. While talking to clients and IT providers I notice people are fighting how to implement Agile in the right way. Below a list of hurdles that you might be facing in becoming fully Agile. Feel free to add problems you are or have been facing and vote on the ones you believe are the hardest ones.

During the conference New Trends in Project Management, 27-28 April, Gdynia, Poland, http://ntpm.pl, I will discuss some of the hurdles and the possible solutions during the conference closing keynote. After the keynote I will publish a blog post and a list with possible solutions to overcome these hurdles.

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Some of the items on the list come from a discussion initiated by Mike Cohn.

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